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Gordon Ramsay's Playing With Fire
- Paperback - Harper
Not a sausage. That is what Gordon Ramsay had when he started out as a chef, working 16-hour days, six days a week. When he was struggling to get his first restaurant in the black, he didn't think he'd one day be famous for a TV show about how to run profitable eateries, or that he'd be head of a business empire.
The Food And Cooking Of Scotland: Discover The Rich Culinary Heritage Of This Historic Land In 70 Classic Step-By-Step Recipes And 300 Glorious Photographs
- Paperback - Southwater
This volume opens with an introduction to the history of Scottish food. Then the collection of over 70 step-by-step recipes tells the reader how to make breakfasts, soups, appetizers, main courses, side dishes and salads, breads, bakes and preserves, desserts and drinks. Each recipe comes with a nutritional breakdown.
A Taste Of Scotland: The Essence Of Scottish Cooking, With 30 Classic Recipes Shown In 120 Evocative Photographs
- Hardback - Lorenz
This sampler of dishes from Scotland includes recipes for roast young grouse, herrings in oatmeal, potato cakes, kale with mustard dressing, Scotch broth, Cullen skink, haggis with clapshot cake, drop scones, Dunfillan bramble pudding, Highland coffee, and many more delicacies.
- Paperback - Harper
Gordon Ramsay became the world's most famous and infamous chef. This autobiography talks about his difficult childhood - his father's alcoholism and violence, his brother's heroin addiction, his failed first career as a footballer, his working relationship (and subsequent feud) with Marco Pierre White, and his kitchen life.
Essential Scottish Cookery: Classic Recipes From The Scottish Kitchen
- Hardback - Black & White
This collection of classic dishes, with over 360 colour photographs, is perfect for anyone who wishes to sample the best of Scottish cuisine.
Maw Broon's Cookbook
- Hardback - Waverley
A facsimile of Maw Broon's very own cookbook, first made for her by her mother-in-law when 'Maw' married 'Paw', and added to over the years with recipes for every day and special days, from friends and neighbours, and others that simply caught Maw's eye in The Sunday Post or cut-out of the back of a flour bag.
Nick Nairn Cook School Cookbook: Over 120 Delicious Recipes And 40 Professional Techniques From The Nick Nairn Cook School
- Hardback - Cassell Illustrated
Nick Nairn presents everything you need to know to have confidence in the kitchen with advice and recipes from one of the world's greatest cook schools. All techniques and recipes have been tested hundreds of times and are explained simply and accurately.
Food Of The Scots: A Compendium Of Scottish Ethnology
- Hardback - John Donald
Food, like procreation, is one of the major concerns of the human race. The farther back in time we go the more the daily diet is related to the local environment. This text explores the nature of food in the past, including game & wild plants, cereals & dairy products, flesh & drink, whether home-brewed ale or wines from abroad.
Sound Bites: Eating On Tour With Franz Ferdinand
- Paperback - Fig Tree
In September 2005, the author began writing about what he ate while touring the world with the rock band Franz Ferdinand. Whether it's munching donuts with cops in Brooklyn, swallowing bull's balls with the band in Buenos Aires or queuing for a saveloy in South Shields, this work includes snapshots of life on the road.
The Burns Supper Companion
- Paperback - Birlinn
This insight into the traditions surrounding Burns Night includes a biography of Robert Burns, poems, songs and quotations, simple speeches and even a recipe for haggis. It is the essential guide for anyone intending to hold or attend a Burns Night of any size or ilk.